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Jacob B. Pitcock
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Birth: Mar. 25, 1835
Tennessee, USA
Death: Jul. 14, 1907
Brown County
Texas, USA

Confederate Civil War veteran, who served with the 15th (Hawkins') Battalion Mississippi Sharpshooters. Soon after the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863, he was captured & sent to Camp Morton, Indiana, where he was held prisoner for about a year & a half.
Jacob moved his family from Tennessee to Texas in the early 1870's & about 1875 he bought land in Brown County near the present day Staley Cemetery. 
Family links: 
  Lewis Frank Pitcock (1802 - 1873)
  Mary Pitcock (1805 - 1867)
  Sarah Ann Donaldson/Donelson Pitcock (1839 - 1883)*
  William Thomas Pitcock (1855 - 1935)*
  Mary Glen Pitcock Robertson (1863 - 1933)*
  Famie Catherine Pitcock McCorkle (1866 - 1959)*
  Jennie Elizabeth Pitcock Waites (1868 - 1939)*
  Nancy Emma Pitcock Johnson (1870 - 1954)*
  Joseph Stephen Pitcock (1873 - 1957)*
  Edna Bell Pitcock Goodson (1875 - 1938)*
  Sallie Gertrude Pitcock Anderson (1877 - 1919)*
  Ida May Pitcock Cox (1878 - 1967)*
  Nancy Caroline Pitcock Williams (1825 - 1852)*
  Stephen Morgan Pitcock (1830 - 1906)*
  Mary Ann Pitcock Metcalf (1833 - 1900)*
  Jacob B. Pitcock (1835 - 1907)
  John Pitcock (1839 - 1919)*
*Calculated relationship
Greenleaf Cemetery
Brown County
Texas, USA
Plot: Public Grounds, block G.
Created by: Terry Teague
Record added: Oct 08, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16058456
Jacob B. Pitcock
Added by: Terry Teague
Jacob B. Pitcock
Added by: Terry Teague
Jacob B. Pitcock
Added by: Terry Teague
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- Joan
 Added: Sep. 21, 2013
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: May. 3, 2013
Forever a great patriot. I love you Great Great Grandfather. POW/MIA, All gave some, some gave all.
- Catherine Collier Dargan
 Added: Nov. 30, 2010
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